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As of late last week, 158 letters had been submitted from California and Nevada credit unions detailing how the proposed rule will impact their credit unions and the movement.
“This is a tremendous feat and illustrates the collaborative power of our member credit unions,” said Leagues President and CEO Diana Dykstra. “We hope the NCUA listens to our pleas and will either withdraw the proposal or issue a second improved proposed rule that makes sense for credit unions.”
After California and Nevada credit unions were challenged earlier this year by the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) to submit 110 comment letters, the Leagues set a more aggressive goal of 150 letters.
As the NCUA continues to post the letters received from credit unions across the nation, the Leagues will inform credit unions of the total number of letters submitted and the final number from California and Nevada when available. As of Monday, nearly 2,000 letters had been submitted nationwide.
Register Today for NCUA’s ‘Listening Session’
The clock is ticking to register for The National Credit Union Administration’s (NCUA) Listening Session in Los Angeles on June 26, where Chairman Debbie Matz and some of the agency’s top officials will engage with attendees.
The session will be held from 1-4 p.m. at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Registration is limited to 150 attendees, and seats are filling fast. Click here to register.
While discussions are open to all topics related to the NCUA, the focus will be on NCUA's proposed risk-based capital rule. This will be the only "local" opportunity to address the proposed rule with NCUA leadership face to face before the rule is finalized.
Besides Matz, Board Member Rick Metsger, Region V Director Liz Whitehead, senior agency staff, and supervisory examiners will participate in the meeting.
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